Quick, what’s the first image that comes to mind when you think of a work vehicle? Did you think of a rudimentary machine with a rough body that is matched by an equally rough interior? Well, work vehicles have changed.
It used to be, if the work vehicle had a tape player it was on the [...] [...more]
Vehicles currently on the market with features such as dual-DVD player dashboards and the FAA-approved flying car (2012’s Terrafugia Transition) may whet your palate for the future of car technologies, but you haven’t seen nothing yet.
Cars of the future will monitor your heart rate, recognize street signs to take over the wheel if you’re drowsy, drive a pre-set route, and utilize wireless technology to drive themselves (with drivers behaving more like passive riders). [...more]
If you’re like those of us in Florida who aren’t required to learn how to parallel park when getting our drivers licenses, street parking won’t be a problem for much longer. Many of today’s new cars can park themselves. While systems like Ford’s Active Park Assist and Lexus’s Advanced Parking Guidance System are making parking [...] [...more]
I remember the first time I saw someone wearing a Bluetooth earpiece. It was a sweaty Florida afternoon. I was standing in line at my local coffee shop. The 40-something man in the Versace suit seemingly mumbled to himself while rattling his car keys in his pocket. At the time, I couldn’t figure it out: [...] [...more]
We want to hear from you. To help get the conversation started, each Monday we post a poll question to our blog, Facebook page and Twitter. What's your favorite in-car entertainment system? [...more]
We want to hear from you. To help get the conversation started, each Monday we post a poll question to our blog, Facebook page and Twitter. Be sure to cast your vote: What trend from the North American International Auto Show are you most excited about? [...more]
OnStar announced earlier this week that it is testing new voice-activated features, including Facebook updates and voice-to-text messaging. The new perks will be included in an update coming soon to its in-car communications system which is available in almost all new GM vehicles. [...more]